Wyandot Classics and Cruisers make donation to KHS Technology Program

Wyandot Classics and Cruisers representatives, Jim Rhoden and Dan Newell, presented a $500 donation to the Kenton High School Information Technology program. Students enrolled in information technology classes at KHS redesigned and modernized the Wyandot Classics and Cruisers website, www.wyandotclassicsandcruisers.com, which is used to promote the club’s charitable fundraising efforts for Hospice of Wyandot County. KHS students will continue to manage the organization’s website throughout the school year.

KHS currently offers five Ohio Career Pathway courses for Programming and Software Development including information technology, multimedia and image management techniques, programming, object oriented programming, and web design. Students that complete at least 4 courses and meet ODE requirements may earn a certificate for Programming and Software Development.

Wyandot Classics and Cruisers Donation

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